In the first part of her blog, Hallie writes about how she adjusted the goals of her Fellowship to the needs of the collection in order to support the preservation and organization of materials as well as the creation of a traveling exhibition.
In the first part of his blog, Lingyu writes about the significance of Cambodian dance as a force for bringing people together and preserving historical memory in the diaspora community, and discusses his work on developing a digital library for Charya Burt Cambodian Dance.
In the first part of her blog, Tere writes about beginning her archive project at Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, what she has learned about the organization’s history, and how she delved into organizing the archives.
In the first part of his blog, Quentin Sledge describes his initial experience with exploring and beginning to organize Dayton Contemporary Dance Company’s archives, and his discovery of legal pads containing notes by the company’s founder Jeraldyne Blunden.
What kinds of arts experiences foster feelings of connection and well-being? A new report funded in part by The Wallace Foundation, reveals some insights from Black and African American participants, a viewpoint historically sidelined from research and planning efforts in the arts.
More than half of Americans say that arts and culture organizations are important to them, according to a new study. The results are part of an ongoing research effort by the companies LaPlaca Cohen and Slover Linett Audience Research, called Culture + Community in a Time of Transformation.
Founder and President of PMG Arts Pamela M. Green shares what got her interested in arts management, her three proudest moments in her career, and advice for the next generation of arts managers/leaders.